What a blast!
Lieutenant Colonel Steve Morgan is a retired Marine Corps officer who served for over 30 years. His service included duty from coast to coast, Alaska to Hawaii and in Japan to Afghanistan. His early career was in his primary occupational field of an artillery officer where he served in Okinawa, Japan, Hawaii and was a firing battery commanding officer during Operation Desert Storm in 1990-1991. He then transitioned into military intelligence and served in various assignments to include commanding a joint team in eastern Afghanistan during the early phases of Operation Enduring Freedom. It was during this combat tour that he and his team encountered a complex coordinated ambush that he routed a Taliban ambushing force but that led to American soldiers killed and wounded. LtCol Morgan describes these difficult experiences and how he continues to help those he served alongside to this day.